ROC Children & Youth 25 Mar
Let’s see Rugby flourish! An invitation to all those working with children and young people in our town to receive prayer support and encouragement.
If you work in a school in any capacity, in a youth club, children centre or as a church children’s or youth worker we would love to see you on Monday, March 25th at Harris School Hall, Harris Drive, Overslade Lane, Rugby CV22 6EA, from 7 PM to 8:30 PM.
Christians from every denomination are also invited to come and hear about and pray for this aspect of Rugby life. During the evening there will be a series of short presentations giving the opportunity to hear about the challenges facing our town’s young people and those who work with them, interspersed with times of prayer and encouragement for those leading in this area.
Organised by Revive Rugby. You can download an invitation here. For further information please email Sheila Bridge.
What is Redeeming Our Communities (ROC)? ROC's main aim is to bring about community transformation by creating strategic partnerships between statutory agencies, voluntary groups, and churches. These partnerships form new volunteer-led projects that address a variety of social needs. Nationwide, there are over 165 active partnership projects, and many more at the planning and enquiry stage.
We think the ROC model could help the Revive Network churches to reach our community. Through ROC partnerships, Christians and churches have the opportunity of being good news to neighbours — along the way to sharing the good news. Even the ministry of Jesus involved being the good news to towns and cities — along the way to sharing the good news. What is God’s kingdom like? God’s kingdom is a place where people generously work for the good of the community, just like God generously blesses all people — toward revealing Himself to each person.